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Re: sniffing plaintext protocols
From: Shreyas Zare <shreyasonline () yahoo com>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 10:21:07 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Machiavel,

Sniffing wi-fi doesnt need authentication. You just
need to catch radio waves in the air.

Shreyas Zare

--- Machiavel <pierreluc.giguere () gmail com> wrote:

Shreyas Zare  wrote: For wifi, just being in the
accesspoint range
makes you ON the network.

I disagrea with you, it is like saying "I am in the
parking lot so I am a
part of the crue in this building" when you are only
on the building's
terrain. You need to authenticate to be a part of
the network. (in my


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